Hexham Abbey | PT.I | 35Chronicle

black & white, colour, photography, structures

Light-Play | Outside vs Inside…


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I | Ricoh GR 1/60th – f5.0 – ISO:400

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II | Ricoh GR 1/15th [H/H] – f2.8 – ISO:3200

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III | Ricoh GR 1/15th [H/H] – f2.8 – ISO:3200

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(…no comparison!)

Happy New Year, all!

– R –


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8 thoughts on “Hexham Abbey | PT.I | 35Chronicle

    1. Thank you, Steve. It really is a beautiful example of its kind. The colour frame grabbed me by the eyeballs when I noticed the colour grading due to the interior lighting. The stonework is actually almost chalk white but the way the light plays inside is nothing short of stunning. Really glad you enjoyed them , Steve. Very grateful for your kind comments. 🙏

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    1. An accolade I’m certain I don’t deserve, Reinhold, but, I am delighted to read your kind words. Thank you so much! As for the GR, it’s no secret that it’s the most versatile bit of kit in my bag. Love ’em! Happy New Year to you! Very best, Rob 🙏 📷

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